We are a registered charity (No. 920) on the island, formed in 2004. We are an independent woodland trust without connection to any other trusts.
Our aims are:-
1. To protect and maintain the existing woodland of the Isle of Man;
2. To create new woodland on the Island;
3. To enhance the existing woodland by additional planting using predominantly native Manx species.
We also encourage access to and the enjoyment of existing and new woodland by the public.
We have nine voluntary directors, ~100 members and no employees.
So far we have planted over 48,000 trees on the Isle of Man.
Please note that we are willing to plant trees on other people’s land and now plant around 5,000 trees every season from the start of October until the end of March. Please contact us if you wish to have some trees planted on your land.